Death studies no.1
My art therapy has one rule:
Oil and acrylic on wood 11" x 14"
Willem de Kooning's Woman, 1949
Even an abstract form has to have a likeness. – Willem de Kooning
Brad Fashion’s site:
SUBSTITUTE FOR LOVE
Stevens, M., Swan, A. (2006)
de Kooning- An American Master, Alfred A. Knopf: New York, NY
Quick sketch of Brad Fashion- 5 minute 8B pencil back of an index card 5" x 7"
started this portrait of the INCREDIBLE Rebecca Rawlinson for my June 23rd art event:
It was then worked on by attendees the night of the event:
(Photo by Victor Bearpark)
We then auctioned it off with proceeds going to
the development of my youth program, under the premise that I would later finish it- which I did tonight! [click on the image for a larger view]
Love you, Rebecca!
You sometimes see a woman who would have made a Joan of Arc in another century and climate, threshing herself to pieces over all the mean worry of housekeeping. ~Rudyard Kipling
Acrylic on canvas (unframed)
Dedicated to my mother and all the women who came before me.
This old piece, Church and Wheatfield (acrylic on canvas), proudly belongs in the
Where Are They Now category of my catalogue. Perhaps it will turn up when I empty the vault for the big art event/garage sale! I’ll keep you posted!